# Forest linguistics tree sideways/rotated

I've been searching around now to see if I could find a solution for this, without any luck. Hence, I ask the question to you.

I am using Lyx with the Linguistics module, and I want to basically make a simple binomial tree, with the Starting note in the middle, and the branches going out to the right. Similar to this:

An example of the simple code just currently looks like, written inside the custom inset, Structure tree:

[50 [60][40] ]


But that just gives me the three pointing downwards/south. How to I make the branches go out to the right/east?

Best, Anders

• Please provide a complete example. Preferably, code for a small .tex document we can use to reproduce the issue. Failing that, a small .lyx document. If you post .tex more people can help. Are you using forest? You've tagged it, but don't say. If you're using Forest, put for tree={grow'=0} in the tree's preamble i.e. before the first square bracket. – cfr Sep 18 '17 at 12:57

Are you using forest? You've tagged it, but don't say. If you're using Forest, put for tree={grow'=0} in the tree's preamble i.e. before the first square bracket.

\documentclass[border=10pt]{standalone}
\usepackage[linguistics]{forest}
\begin{document}
\begin{forest}
for tree={grow'=0}
[ A
[ B ]
[ C ]
]
\end{forest}
\end{document}